New Jersey Gives Locaid a Green Light For iGaming Geolocation

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New Jersey Gives Locaid a Green Light For iGaming GeolocationLocaid has been named as the only carrier location provider to receive official preliminary approval by the New Jersey Department of Gaming Enforcement (DGE) to enter into agreements with casino licensees and iGaming permit holders.

Locaid is the world’s largest Location-as-a-Service (LaaS) company.

Locaid sources location data directly from Tier 1 and Tier 2 wireless carriers and provides geolocation data to every commercial iGaming application accepting real-money wagers in the United States today.

According to details shared with mGamingWatch on Wednesday, thanks to Locaid, New Jersey casinos, iGaming brands and platforms can access mobile location data from AT&T, Boost Mobile, Cricket, Rogers, Sprint, TELUS, T-Mobile, US Cellular, Verizon and Virgin Mobile.

Locaid says it has “the largest footprint of North America mobile subscribers with over 98% reach.”

“We continue to work closely with regulators and technical teams in state governments to develop and deliver location data that makes iGaming safe and legal within extremely strict parameters,” explains Rip Gerber, CEO of Locaid. “The location data that Locaid provides far surpasses the limited offers of other aggregators and single-source providers. For this reason, the iGaming industry seeks Locaid location to ensure their apps work great for players and comply with demanding state regulations.”

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